from the Seattle Times:

Take a scenic drive on Oahu’s ‘country’ side — Spam sushi, snorkel heaven, a Buddhist temple replica and more await you on this road less traveled.

In the tiny, ramshackle Waikane Store, on Oahu’s east shore, a cheerful woman in an old-fashioned hair net offered up Hawaiian-style sushi. And that means Spam.

The canned meat long has been a Hawaiian favorite, morphing into all kinds of dishes including Spam musubi — slices of grilled Spam draped on little blocks of rice. At this store, it’s made in the back along with hot-dog rolls, slices of hot dog encased in rice.

All that, and buried in the story… only a brief, half-sentence, mention of the shrimp trucks?  And not a word about shave ice?

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